Oris BCPD - A (dressy) pilot’s watch that is also made for the outdoors

Before owning one, I always thought thought that the Oris BCPD was more of a dressy watch than a tool watch but I think this is a good example of how straps can completely change the look and feel of a watch.

While it is a pilot’s watch, I find that the oris BCPD’s traits and design make it also look close enough to a field watch, especially when it’s on a nato strap.

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Closeup photo! Cheers

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Beautiful shot of a great watch!

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very nice watch, I think the cathedral hands make it more dressy but the numbers are very sporty, I think in general is a tad more sporty than dressy also because of the colour!

Very good pics!

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I think after my current battle for next watch, the Oris Cal. 400 BCPD will be one of my stronger choices. Thansk for the photos!

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I agree, it’s a versatile piece. I love mine! I don’t think of it as a dress watch like many others do, but that’s probably because I have other dress watches I reach for if I need it. The BCPT is super versatile, and is great on many different kinds of straps!

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Beautiful watch and beautiful scenery!

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That’s a beautiful watch. I’ll have to give Oris another look in my pilot watch search.

I do wish they’d change their logo font. It clashes with their dials in ways other manufacturers logos don’t.

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I agree i love the bcpd for the same versatility you mention. Can be a dress watch on the bracelet, tool watch/field watch on a nato

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Love that Oris and the scenery its in! The blueish grey is such an underrated color in general but perfect for that more vintage style that Oris has going on

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Luca_WTC

very nice watch, I think the cathedral hands make it more dressy but the numbers are very sporty, I think in general is a tad more sporty than dressy also because of the colour!

Very good pics!

Best of both worlds! Cheers, man